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Isetan Scotts, Singapore

3.6
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Store Locations:

Scotts - Shaw House

Open Daily:

11.00am to 9.00pm (Sunday - Thursday)

11.00am to 9.30pm (Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holidays)

Scotts Supermarket - Shaw House:

Open Daily:

10.00am to 9.00pm (Sunday - Thursday)

10.00am to 9.30pm (Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holidays)

Katong - Parkway Parade

Open Daily:

Sun - Fri: 10.30 am to 9.30 pm

Sat: 10.30 am to 10.00 pm

Tampines - Tampines Mall

Open Daily:

Sun - Fri: 10.30 am to 9.30 pm

Sat: 10.30 am to 10.00 pm

Serangoon Central - nex

Sun - Thur: 10.30 am to 9.30 pm

Fri, Sat & Eve of Public Holidays: 10.30 am to 10.00 pm

Jurong East – Westgate

Open Daily:

11.00am to 9.00pm (Sunday - Thursday)

11.00am to 9.30pm (Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holidays)

Jurong East Supermarket - Westgate:

Open Daily:

10.00am to 9.00pm (Sunday - Thursday)

10.00am to 9.30pm (Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holidays)
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  • Excellent service from Ignatius, Connie, Hamzah and Zakaria. Compliments to the Chef and team for the excellent food.  more »
  • The department store is a bit oldies style and in general the price is slightly different than what other selling in the same proximity  more »
  • Some items are more expensive than other supermarkets but the quality of the bakery,the yakitory are amazing,when I’m around orchard I’ll always pick up my lunch in Isetan supermarket  more »
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  • Only gonna talk about the food. Basement has a supermarket as well as seasonal food fairs. The supermarket queue can sometimes be very long. Food fairs are nice in a sense that native Japanese do fly down to make the food, but they can be pricey. Some good food I had were gyozas as well as the okonomiyaki-like pancake. Bakery is nice but prices also on the higher side.
  • The department store is nothing to shout about but at the basement housed an impressive supermarket that is worth a trip. Isetan supermarket is my go-to place when I need to stock up on Japanese groceries or get my mochi cravings fixed. The supermarket is well stocked with fresh imported produce and unique household products. There is a Japanese bakery and a small food hall that dishes out nice bentos (boxed meal), and other yummy take-outs. Seasonal food fairs, which held several times a year, always draw a big crowd as one could savour delicacies from various regions of Japan. Price may be on the high side but freshness is guaranteed at this lovely supermarket.
  • This is one of my favourite place to go for movie at Shaw Lido. But the Confectionery store inside the supermarket keeps the baked bread, especially the bigger bakes for weeks and still in display for sales. Keep away from these buys as it will cause hepertytics A, very bad coughs and sinus, flu-like symptoms lasting for weeks, may cause death.
  • Cinema! One of the best! Friendly attentive cosy comfy ambience for romantic intimates and families. Realistic sound. Isetan! Exciting shopping & Japanese Western & Local delights!
  • Isetan Orchard is where fans of Japanese cooking and dining would worship as their second homes - it sells fresh produce, frozen ingredients, beverages, condiments, rice, confectionary, and snacks from different parts of Japan. I will only talk about the supermarket floor of Isetan Orchard since the other floors sell what your typical run-of-the-mill departmental store would sell, and are unremarkable. The spatial arrangement of their supermarket is a lot more inviting and compact than that at Mei-ya, a place that I enjoy shopping at far lesser than at Isetan Orchard. On top of stocking Japanese products that other supermarkets like NTUC (Finest or not), Cold Storage or Jasons do not have, such as fresh Shiso leaves, Shichimi Togarashi, top-notch rice from certain regions of Japan, pickled/dried produce, and a variety of Japanese dashi stock, mayonnaise and hamburg sauces, their supermarket also comes with a bento stall, two bakeries (Chateraise and Johan Paris) and a sake bar. It's a pity that their bentos are priced rather high and can only be purchased at prices slightly below 10SGD past 8/9pm (not quite sure when the exact discount period starts). Of course, one of the greatest appeal of shopping here, that Meidi-ya lacks, lies in the number of food-tasting booths during peak hours, with aunties handing out food and beverage samples ranging from deep fried seafood snacks to chilled honey drinks. Haven't had your meal yet? Stroll into Isetan Orchard and have your fill in glorious, shameless fashion, before coming out of it all replete and satisfied.

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